Bill Poulos

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Bill Poulos has been analyzing the markets and investing since the early 70s. Investing used to be only a much loved hobby of his but in 2001, after retiring from his day job as an automotive executive at GM, he cofounded Profits Run, Inc. He and his son (Greg) now help individuals become smarter investors while properly managing risk.

Jamie Dimon Warns of “Negative Consequences” in Grim Earnings Guidance

Stocks fell this morning after bank stocks kicked off earnings season with a whimper. The Dow, S&P, and Nasdaq composite all traded significantly lower...

June Inflation Data Makes “Recession an Inevitability”

The June Consumer Price Index (CPI) arrived this morning and investors learned that inflation is still running very hot. Last month’s headline CPI reading...

Surging Dollar, Input Costs Could “Ruin” Earnings Season

Stocks treaded water this morning in anticipation of tomorrow’s June Consumer Price Index (CPI) release. The Dow gained slightly opposite the Nasdaq Composite, which...

CPI Chart Confirms: Inflation Has Gone “Parabolic”

Stocks fell this morning as the market’s recent bout of volatile price action continued. The Dow ticked moderately lower while the S&P and Nasdaq...

Don’t Expect a “Fed Minutes Rally” Today

Stocks slid alongside oil prices this morning as recession fears continued to mount. The Dow, S&P, and Nasdaq Composite all fell moderately through noon. Today’s...

The European Central Bank Is About to Hike Into a Slowdown

Stocks plunged this morning as recession fears transformed from a bullish impulse to a bearish one. Two weeks ago, the market climbed alongside recession...

Jerome Powell Says, “Hold My Beer,” Stocks Head Lower Again

Stocks fell this morning as the rally fizzled. The market rocketed higher last Friday, sending bullish signals to dip-buying traders. Now, though, stocks have...

June’s Core CPI Reading Might Spark a Major Rally

Stocks traded flat through noon today following a volatile morning session. The Dow led the market, rising 0.40%, while the S&P and Nasdaq Composite...

The Bear Market Rally Isn’t Over, Here’s Why

Stocks traded flat this morning as investors mulled over last week’s big gain. Stocks rallied strongly on Friday as recession odds spiked, driving down...

June’s Consumer Sentiment Report Was “Perfect” for Bulls

Stocks erupted higher this morning as a bear market rally got underway. The Dow, S&P, and Nasdaq Composite all enjoyed substantial gains through noon....